Name Miscellany
Description

Gathered poems, letters, maxims, aphorisms, journals, literary exercises, travels, sketches, or prose in one volume. Works in this category are often derived from the genre designation on the title page.

Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 84

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
12957 A collection of maxims, observations, &c. 1799
12513 A collection of poems and letters. Poems, &c. 1. An Ode from Sans Souci, characteristic of the late Northern Potentaete, with Annotations by Machiavel in the Shades. 2. Lines on the death of Infants, &c. 3. A Father's Soliloquy over a Sleeping Child, before his going to Prison. 4. Verses on the Death of a Son four Years old. 5. On the late Fast for National Sins, &c. 6. On the French Standards hung up at St. Paul's. Letters. 1. On German Electors and Princes Hiring out their Subjects for Soldiers. 2. An Account and Defence of the Author's Publications in Support of Universal Redemption, and of his Objections to an exclusive Priesthood. 3. A short View of the Signs of Times, drawn from a larger Work on the Numbers in the Law, the Prophets, and the Gospel. 4. A Letter on the Military Profession to a Gentleman, who, from Doubt and Fear of its being inconsistent with his Christian Profession, resigned his Commission. 5. A Letter on the present Rage for Fragments of Prophecies, not founded Clarke , Richard
1794
3163 A dialogue between Clara Neville and Louisa Mills, on loyalty, &c. Recommended to the attention of every female in Great Britain. By one of their countrywomen. Dawbarn , Elizabeth
1794
6092 A miscellaneous poetical essay; in three parts: Part I. Authors considered: Pope, Swift, Milton, Dryden, Butler, &c. Part II. Content, a vision. Part III. The vision continued; contemplation. By Mrs. Latter of Reading. Latter , Mary
William Sandby (London)
1761
6916 A miscellany in prose and verse, for young persons. Designed particularly for the amusement of Sunday scholars. Bentley , Elizabeth
Fenn , Ellenor
John Marshall [Aldermary] (London)
1798
12505 A Novel and Genuine Display on the Leading Disposition of the Human Mind. With a Sketch of Modern Life. In Which the Following Passions and Effects are Characterized: Ambition—Disappointment—Revenge—Madness—Suicide—Suspense—Hope—Love—Matrimony. With an Exordium and Epilogue. Dedicated (by Permission) to Her Grace the Duchess of Devonshire. By Mrs. P. Hill. Hill , Philippina Patience
s.n.
1780
3185 Advertisement. As many friends have desired an immediate account of the circumstances relative to the departure of the Late Rev. Mr. Wesley, the following short but authentic narrative has been drawn up compliance with their request. New-Chapel, City-Road, March 8, 1791. Ritchie , Elizabeth
s.n.
1791
2673 An address to the public explaining the motives which have hitherto delayed the publication of the Memoirs of the Countess de Valois de la Motte; which contains a justification of her conduct; and Exposing the Various Artifices which Have Been Used for the Suppression of their Appearance. de Valois-Saint-Rémy , Jeanne
1789
938 Aphorisms of Sir Philip Sidney, with Remarks by Miss Porter, (Author of Thaddeus of Warsaw.) Sidney , Philip
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme (London)
1807
2326 Facts: or, A plain and explicit narrative of the case of Mrs. Rudd. Published from her own manuscript, and by her authority. In which, the particular transactions of Messrs. Perreaus; the public and private conversations and consultations of Mr. H- D-: the impartial view of the character of Colonel -. The answer to Mr. Daniel Perreau's defence; and the circumstantial account of the proceedings from the time of commitment till this present hour will be faithfully related; and the invidious and sillogistical arguments of a hireling resuted. Rudd , Margaret Caroline
1775
1515 Friendly Contributions, For the Benefit of Three Infant Schools, In the Parish of Kensington. 1834
15763 Friendly Contributions, For the Benefit of Three Infant Schools, In the Parish of Kensington. Mitford , Mary Russell
1836
6346 Fruits of retirement: or, miscellaneous poems, moral and divine: Being Contemplations, Letters, &c. written on Variety of Subjects and Occasions. By Mary Mollineux, late of Liverpool, deceased. To which is prefix'd, some account of the author. Mollineux , Mary
1772 6
13585 Fun and frolic; or, A comic journal of wit. Being a new collection of humourous jests, bon mots, Irish blunders, whimsical adventures, double entendres, sharp repartees, droll stories, and anecdotes of various well-known facetious characters, who, in a decided oppositon to melancholy, pledged themselves to live in constant emnity to old care, till they effected his dissolution in the stream of their mirth. Unknown ,
T. Hughes [Stationers Court] (London)
J. Ker (London)
Ann Kemmish (London)
William Champante and Benjamin Whitrow (London)
Wilmott and Hill (London)
Nathaniel and John Muggeridge (London)
Thomas Smith [Maidstone] (Maidstone)
1804
2194 George Montgomerie-Moir, of Leckie, Esq; - - - - appellant. Anne Montgomerie, and Mess. Alexander and Archibald Stevenson, procurators fiscal of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, for their interest, - - - - - - - - - - respondents. The respondents case. Moir , Anne Montgomery
1751
13822 Heath's Book of Beauty. 1835. With nineteen beautifully finished engravings, from drawings by the first artists. Edited by the Countess of Blessington. Gardiner , Marguerite
Bury , Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell
Stuart , Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth
Shelley , Mary Wollstonecraft
Sutherland Leveson-Gower , Elizabeth
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman (London)
1835
216 Holiday Dreams; or, Light Reading, in Poetry and Prose. By Isabel Hill, author of "The Poet's Child," A Tragedy; "Constance," A Tale; "Zaphna, or the Amulet," A Poem; Etc. Etc. Hill , Isabel
Thomas Cadell [London] (London)
William Blackwood [Princes Street] (Edinburgh)
1829
2621 In the press. Shortly to be published, in three vols. 12mo. Price Ten Shillings and Sixpence, Boards, Destination: or, memoirs of a private family, a novel. By Clara Reeve. Reeve , Clara
Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees (London)
1799
21878 Johnson's dictionary of the English language, in miniature. To which are added, an alphabetical account of the heathen deities; a list of the cities, boroughs, and market towns in England and Wales; a copious chronology; and a concise epitome of the most remarkable events during the French revolution. By the Rev. Joseph Hamilton, M.A. Thirteenth Edition. Johnson , Samuel
Hamilton , Joseph
Longman and Rees
Joseph Johnson (London)
Francis and Charles Rivington (London)
James Mathews [or Matthews] (London)
John Cuthell [4 Middle Row] (London)
John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825] (London)
William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street] (London)
James Scatcherd (London)
Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row] (London)
George Wilkie [Paternoster Row] (London)
John Stockdale (London)
William Clarke and Son (London)
Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry] (London)
Samuel Bagster [Strand] (London)
Thomas Cadell and William Davies (London)
Wynne and Scholey (London)
John and Arthur Arch [Gracechurch Street] (London)
John Murray and Samuel Highley (London)
Thomas Hurst [Paternoster] (London)
John Harding (London)
John Wallis [Ludgate Street] (London)
Alexander and James Black [George Street] (London)
Joseph Mawman [Poultry] (London)
1800 Thirteenth Edition.
97 Journal of the Heart. Edited by the authoress of "Flirtation." Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley (London)
1830
2436 Just published, Price Fourteen Shillings Bound, Euphemia, a novel. In four volumes. By Mrs. Charlotte Lenox. Lennox , Charlotte
Thomas Cadell [London] (London)
James Evans (London)
Jeremiah Samuel Jordan (London)
1791
6507 Letters and essays, moral, and miscellaneous. By Mary Hays. Hays , Mary
Thomas Knott [Lombard Street] (London)
1793
691 Letters of Abelard and Eloisa. With a particular account of their lives, amours, and misfortunes. By John Hughes, Esq. To which are added, several poems, by Mr. Pope, and other authors , Héloïse
Pope , Alexander
Seward , Anna
Abelard , Peter
J. Mitchell
1805
12690 Literary Exercises; or, Short Essays on Various Subjects: Also, Thoughts on a One All-perfect Cause, from the Visible World, in Blank Verse. The Whole being a Miscellaneous Performance by Susan Wood. Wood , Susan
John Sharpe [191 Piccadilly] (London)
1802
6188 Madam Johnson's present: or, every young woman's companion, in useful and universal knowledge. Digested under the following Heads: I. Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Arithmetick, taught without the Help of a Master. II. The Compleat Market-Woman. III. The Cook's Guide for dressing all Sorts of Flesh, Fowl, and Fish. IV. For Pickling, Pastry, and Consectionary. V. An Estimate of the Expences of a Family in the middling Station of Life. VI. The Art and Terms of Carving Fish, Fowl, and Flesh. Vii. A Bill of Fare for every Month in the Year for Dinner, Supper, and also for extraordinary Occasions. Viii. The Young Woman's Instructor for the right Spelling of Words used in Marketting, Cookery, Pickling, Preserving, &c. &c. &c. To this Edition are added, Some plain and necessary Directions to Maid-Servants in General, and several useful Tables: Which renders it the Completest Book of the Kind ever published. The Compiler, Madam Johnson, in order to make this Book come as cheap as possible to the Purchasers, has, out of her Benevolence, fixed the Price at 1 s. 7 1/2 d. Bound; though it contains double the Quantity that is usually sold for that Sum. Johnson , Mary
James Williams [5 Skinner Row] (Dublin)
1770 4